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31 Jan: Vaccines for COVID-19: Do, Don’t Defer?

Citizens for Health supports the right of every individual to choose to take or to not take any vaccine, including the right to conscientious objection, as a part of any properly adopted legal vaccine mandate. We are bringing to you the following two views on the value of receiving one of the approved COVID-19 vaccines so that you may make…

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10 Dec: Compensation for Victims of Pandemic Vaccine Injuries Likely to Vanish into “Black Hole” Federal Program

As the novel COVID-19 vaccines speed closer to reality, one vital piece has been left hanging. What assistance will be given to those who find themselves injured or disabled by the shot? Even if a nearly perfect vaccine has been created, it’s a given that some number of recipients will have a reaction to it or suffer injury from the…

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20 Oct: Do You Like Your Chicken Extra CRISPR?

Last month I wrote about some scary new changes that the poultry industry is fighting hard to bring about. Industry is hoping to ditch a long-standing USDA regulation that mandates any chickens with lesions discovered during processing must be “condemned” and not sent forth into the food supply. Those lesions, or tumors, which can appear internally or on the skin…

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26 Sep: COVID-19 is Really Two Diseases – To Treat the Second One, You Have to Name It Correctly

By Daniel Cobb, DOM COVID-19 starts out as a usually mild and rather benign viral infection.  In conventional medicine, they either claim that “there is no treatment” or possibly use anti-viral pharmaceuticals.  Then they wait for the virus to go away.  Sometimes it works, and sometimes it doesn’t in rather spectacular ways. Those in the medical community have looked at…

mesothelioma

21 Sep: Mesothelioma Awareness Day

Post sourced from Mesothelioma.com The 17th Year of Recognition In 2004, the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation created Mesothelioma Awareness Day (MAD) as a way to educate, spark conversations, and generate widespread awareness for this rare disease. Mesothelioma is a cancer that affects nearly 3,000 people in the United States annually. With only one known cause, mesothelioma has been discovered to…

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09 Sep: ‘Fowl’ Play with Chicken Rules Could Conceivably Bring About the Next Pandemic

In the midst of a pandemic with a pivotal election fast approaching, I would like to talk to you about chicken. And if you’re a member of the chicken-eating public, it could well affect how you feel about those nuggets, breasts, chicken soups and salads – and all the other ways we feast on fowl. The National Chicken Council (NCC)…

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01 Sep: Rumors, Fake News and Other Derisive Labels

A NEW LOW IN HUMAN DISCOURSE   Hello, Everyone, We have reached a new low in human discourse since the birth of SARS-CoV-2 which has morphed into the COVID-19 infection and occupied center-stage for the last 6 months. I find problematic the labeling of everything outside the conventional line of reasoning as “rumor,”  “fake news,” “debunked by science” or a…